Featured Healthcare Content

  1. HIPAA Audits Are Coming … Are You Ready?

    The second phase of the HIPAA Audit Pilot Program is on its way.

  2. Cavernous Gap Between Healthcare Security Threat And Preparedness

    Trustwave released its 2015 Security Health Check Report this October, and along with it, results that illuminate a disturbing gap between the perception of security in healthcare and actual readiness for an incident.

  3. Health System Leaves Pioneer ACO Model; Looks To Remote Monitoring Technology

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, a premier member of one of the largest health systems in the Northeast, has announced that it will be abandoning the Pioneer ACO (accountable care organization) program, according to HealthcareITNews.

  4. Patient Privacy Authorization Addressed By Educational Initiative

    Any of your healthcare IT clients interested in addressing public concerns around privacy will want to pay attention to, and possibly participate in a new educational initiative.

  5. Emergency Department Technology Replacements Surge, According To Black Book

    Emergency departments across the country have recently found themselves in a bind.

  6. CHIME Backs Senate Passage Of Cybersecurity Bill

    Your security clients’ cybersecurity initiatives have recently received additional support from the College Of Health Information Management Executives (CHIME).

  7. Vendors Come To Interoperability Metric Consensus

    As healthcare moves into an era of EHR (electronic health records) standardization, the industry is left to figure out the best way to measure the concept of interoperability.

  8. Senate Committee Looking To Address EHR Issues

    The Senate HELP (Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions) Committee is taking on EHR (electronic health records) issues identified through six hearings it conducted this year, the last of which was completed in early October, according to the NationalJournal.

  9. The Internet Of Things And Its Quest To Cut Healthcare Costs

    The technology you deliver to your clients has a lot riding on it — it’s expected to save patient lives, make clinician and administrative jobs easier, measure up to government regulations, and do all that while saving money.

  10. CHIME Puts Focus On Cybersecurity

    Hospital CIOs continue to take on the task of ramping up security measures to protect their institutions against the increasing threat of cybercrime.